The end of this week’s committee meetings will provide a turning point for the members of the redistricting committees – in which they go from learning about the redistricting process – to sharing with and learning from Floridians.
Overall, the three recent weeks of meetings are intended to give committee members the foundation they need for all forms of public input on redistricting, including MyDistrictBuilder, and this summer and fall’s public meetings throughout Florida.
Coming into this week, members of the committees have learned about many of the public participation resources available through www.floridaredistricting.org, which also provides public access to the beta version of MyDistrictBuilder.
This week, committee members are listening to a tutorial on MyDistrictBuilder, but they are also receiving a tutorial (below) that they can provide to their constituents. The PowerPoint document was created so that Floridians could follow a learning process similar to the committee members themselves. The full 24 MB version of the PowerPoint can be downloaded by clicking here.
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